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"Antsy" means restless, impatient. Example: Many of the students were getting…

"Antsy" means restless, impatient. Example: Many of the students were getting antsy as the exams got nearer.

“Open a can of worms” means “to create a situation that will cause a lot of problems”. Example: Darling! I don’t want to open a can of worms, but I found a woman’s phone number in your pocket.

“Open a can of worms” means “to create a situation that will cause a lot of problems”. I don’t want to open a can of worms, but I found a woman’s phone number in your pocket.

"Draw a blank" means "fail to get information or remember something". Example…

“Draw a blank” means “to fail to get information or remember something”. Example: Billy drew a blank when he attempted to remember the time of his doctor’s appointment.

“In your birthday suit” means “naked”. Example: We used to go down to the river and swim in our birthday suits.

"In your birthday suit" means "naked". Example: We used to go down to the river and swim in our birthday suit. Como Dios te trajo al mundo.

“Bounce” means to leave.  Example: I’m going to bounce. I have to get up early tomorrow.  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Bounce” means to leave. Example: I’m going to bounce. I have to get up early tomorrow.

“Psyched” means very excited.  Example: I’m going on vacation to Italy for three weeks - I am so psyched.

“Psyched” means very excited. Example: I’m going on vacation to Italy for three weeks - I am so psyched.

“Have deep pockets” means “to have a lot of money”. Example: Let’s make a list of everyone we know with deep pockets, and see if any of them want to invest in our company.

They got their wires crossed. Meaning: they misunderstood each other. #idiom #english

get your wires crossed: when two people have a different understanding of the same situation and do not understand each other correctly. Somehow we got our wires crossed, because I wrote down the and you the (hacerse un lio / no entenderse)

"Iffy" means uncertain or doubtful. Example: Simon is still ​kind of iffy about going to Columbia.

"Iffy" means uncertain or doubtful. Example: Simon is still ​kind of iffy about going to Columbia.

"Instafood" means food that can be prepared in 5 minutes or less. Example: We're out of instafood so we'll have to cook something tonight.

“Instafood” means food that can be prepared in 5 minutes or less. Example: We’re out of instafood so we’ll have to cook something tonight.

“Early bird” means someone who wakes up and starts working very early.  Example: She’s a real early bird - she wakes up before 8, sometimes at 6!  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Early bird” means someone who wakes up and starts working very early. Example: She’s a real early bird - she wakes up before 8, sometimes at 6! Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Item” means a couple, two people who are romantically involved. Example: Every time I see you, you’re with Andy. Are you two an item? Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Item” means a couple, two people who are romantically involved. Example: Every time I see you, you’re with Andy.

“Clunker” means an old car in poor condition. Example: My first car was an old clunker that kept breaking down. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

"Clunker" means an old car in poor condition. Example: My first car was an old clunker that kept breaking down.

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